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Linus Torvalds reads mean tweets

May 30, 2014No Comments141 Views

The Linux Foundation has published a video where Linus is reading some tweets on the lines of Jimmy Kimmel's Mean Tweets series.


The Metropolitan Museum of Arts offers over...

May 21, 2014No Comments73 Views

The Metropolitan Museum of Arts has the most extensive collection of artwork in the world, including Picassos, Monet, Van Gogh, and Degas.


Fedora revives transparent gnome-terminals

May 16, 2014No Comments71 Views

Gnome-terminal transparency, which was removed 2 years back, is back on Fedora 20.


GNOME 3.12 receives second update

May 15, 2014No Comments76 Views

The GNOME Desktop Environment (DE) in its most recent 3.12 version has received its second maintenance update (3.12.2.).

Chrome OS

Google Chrome 36 Dev comes with many change...

May 14, 2014No Comments72 Views

Google Chrome Dev channel gets a new update with many changes.

Google Glass 2

Samsung may announce Glass in September, po...

May 13, 2014No Comments46 Views

Samsung may announce it's own Glass Gear at IFA 2014 which will be organised in September.


New Gmail in the works?

May 12, 2014No Comments39 Views

Leaked screenshots suggest brand new web-based Gmail UI


Washington State files lawsuit against frau...

May 07, 2014No Comments38 Views

According to the lawsuit, Edward J. Polchlepek III (aka Ed Nash) has failed to make good on a successful Kickstarter campaign for Asylum Playing Cards.

What is LiveCD or LiveUSB of Linux?

Apr 07, 20143 Comments37 Views

Linux-based distributions support live session which means you can run entire operating system from the DVD or USB without installing anything on the hard drive.


New HTC One Google Play Edition available f...

Mar 26, 20145 Comments52 Views

These devices running stock Android are called Google Play Edition devices and they don't come with the usual bloat-ware or custom UI pushed by the